Martinez hasn't allowed a run and just three hits in seven March innings. He has a 1.80 ERA through three spring starts (10 innings). He also has five strikeouts and has issued just two walks.
Cook is 7-21 with a 5.84 ERA in his last two major league seasons combined.
Wood has allowed just one unearned run through nine innings. He has six strikeouts to one walk. He has hit two batters this spring.
Young kept Atlanta off the scoreboard until Freddie Freeman connected for a two-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the third. Young has a 4.50 ERA through three spring outings (two starts). He has six strikeouts to four walks in eight innings.
The arrival of owner Paul Dolan at the
Masterson and his agent reportedly pushed forth an offer to sign for between three and four years for $40-60 million, according to various published reports. He can become a free agent after this season and is unlikely to continue negotiations past opening day unless strong progress is made.
He has yet to prove himself in back-to-back seasons, however, despite earning his third consecutive opening day nod in 2014. He peaked in 2013 by going 14-10 with a 3.45 ERA and giving up just 156 hits in 193 innings. He struck out a career-high 195.
The only run Tampa Bay scored off Romero came on a Hak-Ju Lee single with two outs in the sixth inning. It was the first run all spring Romero has allowed. He has a 1.29 ERA in seven innings.
Stroman tossed two scoreless innings before Tampa Bay knocked in two runs in the third inning. Tampa Bay added another run in the fourth on Jeremy Moore's leadoff home run.
Stroman has allowed at least two runs in each of his three spring appearances. He has an 8.00 ERA and seven strikeouts in nine innings.
De La Rosa would likely have served as the second starter, but Jhoulys Chacin is destined to begin the season on the 15-day disabled list with a right shoulder issue.
The former has yielded just one run in his last six innings of exhibition play after a rough first start.
After holding Toronto to one hit in two scoreless innings in his previous appearance, Karns made his first start of the spring Wednesday, holding Toronto to three hits and one walk in 3 1/3 scoreless innings. He had one strikeout.
Karns has not allowed a run in 6 1/3 innings, while giving up just four hits and two walks. He has three strikeouts.
The neck problem lingered longer than anticipated after he was first scratched on Saturday. Zobrist was supposed to play Monday, but continued to be pushed back.